Note: We have moved away from larger species to focus more on "egg-feeders." Many of the larger species we once bred have been sold to other breeders. We do breed more frog species that is list here but here is a highlight of our frogs.
Tinctorius, Azereus, and Others Large-Medium Dart Frogs
Dendrobates tinctorius "Azereus"
Once its own species, azereus are the classic signature dart frog, found in several publications. Patrick Nabors bloodline. We have multiple breeding pairs.
Dendrobates tinctorius "Cobalt"
Here is the classic yellow, blue, and black dart frog. One of my favorite and one of the first tinc morphs I bought. Patrick Nabors bloodline.
Dendrobates tinctorius "Infer-Alanis"
First imported in 1999, this frog has a slender appearance compared to other morphs of the genus. Patrick Nabors bloodline.
Dendrobates tinctorius "Citronella"
Do you like yellow? Here is a classic morph originally imported in the mid-90's. Established by Jack Wattley, here is a great robust, bright frog. Patrick Nabors bloodline.
Here is the classic yellow frog with a canary like call. Live great in groups. Patrick Nabors bloodline.
Dendrobates auratus "Black"
F1 generation from WC Panamanian adults.
Available: N/A (Wait List Closed)
Dendrobates auratus "Green and Bronze"
Patrick Nabors, Mike Shrom Bloodlines, F2 generations from a few bloodlines, plus we have WC for F1 bloodlines. Offspring are variable in appearance.
Bill Heath Bloodline, Frogtracks listed and offspring are F2 generation from INIBCO Project.
Ameerga pepperi "Abiseo Pepperi"
Bloodline, discovered in 2009 in Peru.
Thumbnails, Pumilio, and Others Small Frogs
Patrick Nabors bloodline. A great starter thumbnail species.
Available: N/A Please email me for information.
Oophaga pumilio "Guarmo River"
F1 generation, from Panamanian imports.
Oophaga pumilio (General Picture)
Farm Raised, imported from Panama Three weeks quarantine and treated for Chytrid (Bd), bacterial infections, and parasites at separate facility.
Available: SOLD OUT!
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